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Head of Planetary Science, Mullard Space Science Laboratory
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Professor of Astrophysics, University College London
"We will stand together in spite of oppression, terrorism"
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Witness at Manchester concert blast
"Russia brazenly interfered in our 2016 presidential election process"
Former CIA Director
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Mohamad Al Saiqaly
Student at Al Azhar University
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Nokia's Chief Legal Officer
Footage has emerged which, it is alleged, shows anti-government demonstrators in Libya capturing a man believed to be a mercenary from Chad.
The Libyan army in the east has melted away, abandoning tanks and deserting or joining the people in their uprising against Colonel
Hundreds have fled Abidjan after two days of clashes between factions of the presidential rivals in Ivory Coast’s main commercial hub. The UN says 15
Five Spanish soldiers were killed when a device exploded during a training session at this top-level military academy near Madrid. Three others have
Official guided tours have begun of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, closed since the catastrophic nuclear accident in 1986. Tourists
Uganda’s opposition leader Kizza Besigye has called for peaceful anti-government protests, and is pushing for a re-run of last week’s disputed
Toyota has expanded a recall over floormats to nearly 2.2 million vehicles. It said there is a risk that the carpet on the driver’s side could come
With at least 30,000 foreign workers now estimated to have fled Libya, the border with Tunisia has become the favoured exit for about half.
The EU has been criticised for its handling of the Libyan revolt. Some accuse Europe of being too slow in speaking out against Colonel Muammar
The home affairs ministers of Germany, Sweden and Belgium have expressed scepticism over Italy’s warning that it is at risk of being invaded by
The European Union and Russia have jointly condemned the bloody suppression of the Libyan people’s revolution.
The full college of European
Muammar Gaddafi has blamed al-Qaeda for the uprising that currently has Libya in its grip.
In a speech on state television, the Libyan leader
The spike in oil prices from the uprising in Libya is hitting people’s pockets at the petrol pumps and bringing warnings that it could be a
General Motors has reported its first full-year profit since 2004 of 4.7 billion dollars (3.4 billion euros).
The top US carmaker’s fourth-quarter
Royal Bank of Scotland returned to profit in the final months of 2010 and said its turnaround plan is ahead of target.
But its results were worse
Germany’s BASF has pleased its shareholders with an improved dividend payout for last year as its sales to the car industry picked up.
The proof of events in Benghazi has finally arrived with agency pictures showing the damage from fighting there, and the near total destruction of
“Goodbye Lenin” revelation Daniel Bruhl is starring in a brand new biopic about the man who brought football to Germany.
Loosely based on a
The paintings of young Morrocan artist Narjiss Eljoubari are on show in Casablanca.
Her works center around a single theme: the umbrella.
The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has given an extraordinary interview by phone with Libyan state television blaming the revolt against his rule on
A British court has agreed to extradite Julian Assange to Sweden where the Wikileaks founder is accused of sex offences.
The judge rejected
For 15 years, a law in the United States defined marriage to be between a man and a woman. But in a policy shift, the government has announced that
After 10 days of protests in Libya there are few signs of the regime restoring control, even in the capital Tripoli.
Despite Colonel Gaddafi and
A British judge has ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face sexual offense charges.
Assange denies the
Women should occupy at least a quarter of jobs on the boards of the UK’s top companies within four years, suggests a report issued by the
Pearl Square in the centre of Bahrain’s capital, Manama, remains besieged by people firmly intending to maintain their peaceful protest for
The Lockerbie bombing was ordered personally by Colonel Gaddafi, according to quotes attributed to Libya’s ex-justice minister who resigned recently
A number of political prisoners in Bahrain have been released from jail.
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